Bienno, an ancient medieval village is called the "village of artists and knitwear", renowned for the well-known Mostra Mercato, an event that attracts visitors from all over northern Italy who wish to taste life in small villages to discover ancient trad
Usseaux, in Piedmont, is an Italian village that counts less than 200 inhabitants.
Anghiari, is part of the most beautiful villages in Italy, and is located in the Tuscan Valtiberina.
The historic center of the village of Specchia, in Puglia, is considered among the most beautiful of the Salento.
The historic center of the hamlet of Galtellì is one of the best preserved in Sardinia.
At the foot of the Regional Natural Park of the Ligurian Alps stands the village of Pigna which presents itself with narrow narrow streets in live stone topped by arches between one house and another; climbs to be covered on foot and stairs that lead to t
Castelvetro di Modena
Castelvetro di Modena boasts a series of incomparable typical products including Lambrusco Grasparossa DOP, balsamic vinegar PGI, Parmigiano Reggiano, Nocino and Prosciutto di Modena DOP.
The village of Corinaldo in the hinterland of the Conero, is known above all for its Verdicchio and a major tourist attraction is the famous Pozzo della Polenta, located in the center of via La Piaggia.
Casciana Terme Lari
History, what to see, the typical cuisine and the events of Casciana Terme Lari. An ideal destination for those who are looking for a wellness weekend
History, what to see, typical cuisine and the events of Casale Marittimo. Lying on a hill you can admire an extraordinary panorama of the Tuscan Archipelago.
Thanks to its central position, its main ferry links and bus connections, Menaggio is an ideal starting point for all kinds of excursions.
Casole d' Elsa
History, what to see, typical cuisine and the events of Casole d'Elsa. The municipality is part of the Wine Cities
Cetona is located in the extreme southern slopes of Siena, in Tuscany, almost on the border with Lazio.
A picturesque village in the Pistoia Apennines, Cutigliano is one of the most visited villages on the mountain.
Rich in beautiful panoramic views, the village of Frontino is dominated by Mount Carpegna. One of the attractive buildings in the town is the thirteenth-century convent of Montefiorentino, considered one of the largest convents in the Marche region.
Pesaro e Urbino,
The medieval village of Gromo stands on a rocky promontory located in the Bergamo Prealps. With its forges, it was one of the most important centers of iron working and the production of weapons, shields and armor, so much so as to be called the "little T
The medieval village, documented since the XII century, of Collodi is tied to the name of Carlo Lorenzini, author of Pinocchio.
The village of Montecarlo stands on the hill of Cerruglio, that dominates the surrounding plains, on horseback between Lucca and the Valdinievole.
On the top of a hill, between the Val di Chiana and the Val d'Orcia, there is the evocative stone village of Montefollonico.
The village of Troy was founded to become a stronghold of the Byzantine Empire.
The village of Murlo, Tuscany, is a tourist center for the presence of the medieval walls, the museum and the cathedral.
The village of Peccioli dominates from the top of its hill in the Valley of the Era, along the directrix that from Volterra leads to Pisa.
The village of Pitigliano, in Maremma, is known as the little Jerusalem, for the historical presence of a Jewish community.
The medieval village of Perinaldo was built on the ruins of an ancient "castelliere", and its splendid hilly position equidistant from the sea and the mountains offers a very mild climate ideal for holidays and vacations.
Alberona rises in the Subappennino Dauno on the slopes of monte Stylus, which dominates the Tavoliere delle Puglie.
the village of San Gimignano, in the Val d'Elsa, in Tuscany is one of the best examples in Europe of urban organization of the medieval age.
Sarteano is a village of historical importance and naturalistic, placed on the buttresses of the Val d'Orcia, in a plateau on the border with the Val di Chiana, in Tuscany.
The village of Trequanda, in Tuscany, is situated on the border between the Val d'Orcia and the Crete Senesi.
Vinci, Leonardo's birthplace, is located on the slopes of Montalbano, near Florence.
The village of Volterra in Tuscany is famous for the extraction and the working of the alabaster.
The Castle of Roccascalegna dominates, on a spur with sides a ravine, Valle del Riosecco, in Abruzzo.
Fiumalbo, situato nell'alto Appennino modenese, al confine con la Toscana, è un borgo di montagna molto antico con quasi 1000 anni di storia scritta, ma le sue origini sono molto più antiche e si perdono indietro nei secoli.
Isola di Capo Rizzuto
Capo Rizzuto is one of the main seaside resorts on the island with an offer of itineraries of rare beauty. The village stands on a promontory that extends over the sea characterized by the fascinating alternation of steep and wild cliffs, small coves and
The fortified village of Vigoleno is one of the most important historical monuments in the Piacenza area, in Emilia Romagna. The village is still accessed through the same door that over the centuries has seen soldiers, ladies and knights pass by.
Italian village located in the hinterland of the Marche-Romagna Riviera, not far from the sea and with a pleasant hilly landscape
Pesaro e Urbino,
Sant’Agata de’ Goti
In addition to being nicknamed the "pearl of Sannio", the village of Sant'Agata de 'Goti is known for the production of oil, wine, fruit (especially apples and cherries), vegetables, cereals and legumes.
Serra San Quirico
The medieval village of Serra San Quirico preserves intact the first of the four castles of the village: Domo, on the slopes of the Monti del Sole
Scapoli is famous all over the world for being the home of the bagpipes and for the Scapolese-style ravioli
The medieval village of Montecassiano rises in the hills of Macerata. Enclosed by high walls, the town dominates the valley of the Potenza river.
The medieval village of Frosolone is a very active center in the craft sector and, in particular, in the production of scissors and knives
The Arab-medieval village of Salemi is located in the Belice Valley, Sicily.
Barolo is known for its majestic castle, home to the Barolo Regional Enoteca, the place where the finest production of local wines is selected
Visso is a town destroyed by the 2016 earthquake. It is an enchanting mountain center that boasts a past rich in history:
Perched on a spur about 500 meters high, Oriolo was born as a fortress to defend populations fleeing the coasts due to the constant incursions of the Saracens
Panicale is part of The Most Beautiful Villages of Italy and is just a few kilometers from Perugia.
The village of Sappada is a purely tourist mountain resort, on the northern slopes of the Dolomites, which still retains its ancient traditions: from the characteristic wooden houses, to the Sappadino dialect which has remained unchanged for centuries;
Nemi is the smallest village of the Castelli Romani and is located in the center of the Colli Albani. Known for the cultivation of strawberries on the shores of Lake Nemi, the relative festival takes place every year on the first Sunday of June.
Mondavio boasts one of the best preserved historic centers in the Marche. Even today it is closed in a wall that extends for 780 m. Rocca Roveresca is the main monument of the village
Pesaro e Urbino,
Arquà Petrarca is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, Orange Flag Country and a renowned City of Oil. A medieval village among the best preserved in Northern Italy, in which the poet Franceco Petrarca spent his last years.
In the heart of the Murgia dei Trulli, 50 kilometers from Bari, a graceful expanse of pinnacles announces Alberobello, with its characteristic historic center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.